An Obtuse Angle (Apex)
they both measure the angle in degrees
The tangent of an angle equals the inverse of an angle complementary to it. The relationship between the two tangents is that they are multiplicative inverses.
The COEFFICIENT of Refraction.
Both angles are equal.
The set of all points in a plane that are equidistant from the two sides of a given angle
angle of friction is equal to angle of repose
On a smooth surface the angle of reflection and the angle of incidence is equal
The Law of Sines is he relationship between the incidence angle and the reflection angle: Sin(I)/Incident velocity = Sin(R)/reflection velocity. If the incident and reflection velocity are the same, then the angles are the same.
The hypotenuse is the side opposite to the right angle in the triangle.
the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection
The sum of an angle and its reflex equal 360 degrees.
The relation between the angle of refraction and refactive index is: Sine i/Sine r=Refractive index where,i=angle of icidence r=angle of reflection
its known as the cell cycle .l.
By defining a relationship between angle and radius.
For any given angle, its supplementary angle is 90 degrees larger than its complementary angle.
An interior angle and the corresponding exterior angle add up to a straight angle. that is, they are supplementary.
The relationship is that both angles are the same
The interior angle of a regular polygon must be a factor of 360 degrees for it to tessellate uniformly.
Critical Angle (iC) = sin-1(1 / Refractive Index)
The shortest side of a triangle is always opposite the smallest angle.
There is no angle to refer to in this question. Therefore, no answer can be given as to which term best describes the angle referred to.
The number of triangles multiplied by their angle sum (180 degrees), is the sum of the angle measures of the polygon.
Their are Perpendicular.
An angle is formed by two rays with a common endpoint.
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